Offices for rent in NorwichRenting an office space in Norwich is incredibly easy with the help of Eger24. We list only the best properties currently available in and around town for hire. When looking for an office rental, what your business needs will be completely different from any other. Make sure you know what to look for by following these important rules when it comes to conventional, serviced and shared spaces.
Conventional Office Rentals• As a rule thumb allow 50 – 60 sq ft per person*
• Suited for larger business operations
• Short term leases require 2 – 3 years minimum commitment
Serviced office Rentals• Let by the desk • Choose from standard offices to executive suites
• Expand or contract as your business grows or shrinks
• Rolling contracts that are flexible
• One monthly bill covers all associated services
Shared office Rentals• Monthly rolling contracts
• Benefit from developed infrastructure & facilities already in place
• All utilities & rates packaged in one monthly bill
• Provides a more professional feel compared to a lone office
• Can give the allusion of one bustling working environment
*This rule applies to all of the above
Norwich Business FrontThere are two notable employers in Norwich: Aviva Insurance and Colman’s Mustard. This gives something of an indication as two just how varied the local economy is. Ipswich has adapted over time from its humble beginnings are a shoe making town in a service based industry that is ideal for housing a small company in.
Business ParksProminent business parks in the area include the Royal Business Centre, Norwich Business Park, Broadland Business Park, Rackheath Industrial Estate and Henderson Business Park. If you’re only looking for some conventional office rentals, Bank Plain, St.Crispins Road Vulcan Road are the main locations to hire from.
Transport LinksNorwich is encircled in its own ring road which helps getting in and out of the city centre and further afield incredibly easy by car. The A47 running north of the city makes it easy to get to the beach and coastal towns like Great Yarmouth. The A11 nearby creates a link with Cambridge and also provides a link to London via the M11. Train connections to London are fantastic, with a half hourly service from Norwich station to Liverpool Street running throughout the day. An hourly service also sees rail links to the Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool. The closest airport is Norwich International, located only 2 ½ miles north of the city centre. It has daily domestic and international flights to locations like Aberdeen, Ibiza, Malta and Tunisia.
EducationThere are two universities in Norwich: the University of East Anglia and Norwich University of the Arts. The student population accounts for roughly 10% of the entire Norwich population.
Social LifeNorwich is a city with a rich literature history. It was the first city in the UK to have a proper library and is very proud of this background, having been named the country’s first Unesco City of Literature. It is also home to a large number of museums including Stranger’s Hall, Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum, Dragon Hall and Norwich Castle Museum. Most of the city’s nightlife is located by the riverside and the conveniently named ‘Riverside District’ is the main area for a good night out. See what properties are currently available to rent in Norwich by looking below.
Set in a prestigious, imposing building originally built as a hotel in 1897, The Business Centre pro..
The business centre is situated in a prominent location just 10 minutes walk from the city centre. W..
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